The Upper School provides an academic program that is intentionally designed to prepare students for college and beyond. A variety of teaching styles include seminar-style classrooms, lectures, discussions, workshops, projects and collaborative learning allows us to meet the students where they are and provide challenge and support.
How do we unlock the potential in all students? It’s the way we engage, support, and embrace the educational experience of each individual student, as well as the way we emphasize creative thinking in preparing students with a toolkit of applicable skills in an ever-changing world.
The Middle School offers students a comprehensive, challenging, and integrated academic program. The classroom experience emphasizes interdisciplinary relationships, helping students to learn about one subject through another. The programs complement each other with a theme that unites the program for the year in history, math, English, world languages, and fine arts.
Courses in English, history, math, science, world languages, fine & performing arts, mathematics, English as a Second Language, the Entrepreneur Institute, student and academic support.
AP® classes, as well as 11 honors courses.
60% domestic, 40% international. 24 countries represented, creating a global village.
If you think Perkiomen School is beyond your reach, think again.
Perkiomen School Headmaster Mark A. Devey has announced that Hyunjoon "Ryan" Park '07 will deliver the commencement address on May 26, 2018.
Perkiomen was right for me because it gave me a chance to be myself without the fear of being singled out for being different.
Perkiomen gave me many opportunities to grow and expand my view on life;
I've never had that before.